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Changing Phase on an Easy-Fire Kiln (Video)

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Repair & Diagnose Controls and Power
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This video shows how to change the transformer on most L&L automatic kilns
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This video shows how to change phase on an L&L Easy-Fire kiln. It will similar on most other L&L kilns with power cords.

What is Branch Fusing and where is it used?

Branch Fusing Included On High Powered Units

  • According to the the National electrical Code electrical equipment needs branch fusing when the total amperage draw is higher than 48 amps.

How to handle power interruptions, blackouts, and bad electrical power grids

In some places the electrical power is very inconsistent with power outages, interruptions, blackouts, voltage spikes, voltage drops, or excessive environmental line noise (such as is caused by lar

How to Fix Cracks in Firebrick in a Front-Loading Kiln

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Repair & Diagnose Brick
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This video shows how to repair minor cracks in the bricks on a front-loading Easy-Load or Hercules kiln. Can also be used in other situations where you do not want to remove firebrick.

What does it mean to direct wire a kiln? Is there a power cord?

All L&L Kilns that are over 48 amps are direct wired. That means that there is a power connection block inside the control panel.

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